Hotel Savoia e Campana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... detonated, and very loud singing and chanting, as well as some 'inspirational'(?) recorded thump-thump music. (Siena won 3-1) We did find the bus, an 'express', which was very slow with lots of traffic at the end of a holiday weekend. (A special note for Dawson - you purchase bus tickets before boarding, but validate them in a machine on board. And yes, the machines do beep!, several times!) It had been a public holiday (All Saints Day) on Saturday, November 1. The ...
We're in Florence! We left Rome this morning and managed to figure out how to take the train to Florence. We got to the next convent and took a walk around to eat some more amazing Italian food and see the sights. We are pretty close to the Duomo which is incredible! After some rain and canasta, we went out for gelato and some strolling the streets of Florence. ...
... to be there and see what we were seeing. It made you appreciate all the beauty in the world because it truly was a sight. The clouds made amazing bright blue colours while the sun was setting over the cliff. We loved Capri!!!! Highlight of the day: climbing the cliff to see an amazing view and feel on top of the world Day 5: Florence Everyone said that we would love Florence and they were right. It is so far the coolest and most beautiful city we have been too. I think we say each place ...
... up being the Statue of David, Statue of Neptune and Statue of Hercules. All are copies but still massive magnificent art pieces. We had to take the obligatory photos. Whilst looking at these statues Gary asked a question of a tourist taking photos. He turned out to be Australian from Perth although now living in Germany. We asked him if he knew of a good restaurant for dinner and his wife pointed out a couple down the street so ...
... Churches and chapels are everywhere and so are eateries, bars and restaurants. Towards the middle of town is Piazza Anfiteatro. As the name says it used to be an Amphitheatre. But these days its a full circle of buildings surrounding the Piazza with an archway for access in the north, south, east and west. The Piazza Napoleone is at present closed off for their Annual music festival
with big names like Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Nick Cave ...